"Yesterday, I erased a bunch of files in a folder on my laptop by right clicking on them and using Eraser. But now, I find that I selected and deleted a wrong file and I need to use it. How can I recover deleted files after using Eraser? If you know any solutions or software that might help to recovered files after Eraser overwrite, please help!"
Like dban and CCleaner, Eraser is one of the most popular file Shredders that can securely delete files, folders, unused disk space or even entire drives. Sometimes, you might make a mistake and accidentally choose a file or folder you need later and delete them using Eraser. When it happens, is it possible to recover deleted files using Eraser? How can you recover files deleted by Eraser? All these questions will be full of your brain and finally make you crazy. But fortunately, there are possible ways that you can try to rescue your data. We have introduced in the last post how to recover data after dban and recover CCleaner deleted file. Now would like to offer you Eraser deleted file recovery tutorial that shows you how to recover files deleted by Eraser.
As we all know, it is more difficult to recover files deleted by Eraser than files deleted in a common way, because the file Shredder will overwrite the data during the deleting process. But difficult doesn’t mean impossible. You can download and try EaseUS file recovery software to deep scan the disk to search for the lost data. With powerful recovery capacity, the program can deal with various complex data loss situations, for example shift delete recovery. Sometimes, it might help you find and recover your files deleted by Eraser from the copies of the files created by edits, saves, defrags, copies, etc if you are lucky enough.
Step 1. Launch EaseUS data recovery software, select the drive where you want to recover your Eraser deleted files and click "Scan" button to move to the next step.
Step 2. A quick scan will start first. After it completed, a deep scan will automatically launch in order to find more files.
Step 3. After scan, preview all the listed recoverable Eraser deleted files (only Word documents, text, photos and emails are supported) and choose those you want. Finally, click "Recover" button to retrieve them back. Here, you'd better save all the recovered files on a different drive or device in case of data recovery failure.
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